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Identifying how potential COVID-19 drugs work

EMBL researchers are studying how drugs that have shown good results against COVID-19 work in living…

By Fabian Oswald

Science

Melting reveals drug targets in a living organism

EMBL scientists identify drug targets in blood and…

By Patrick Mueller

Science

A visualisation of a membraneless organelle in the green-yellow style of the data presented in the Nature Communications paper

ATP affects proteome-wide solubility

Scientists develop technology to measure how ATP concentration affects protein solubility in…

By Josh Tapley

Science

Dividing cell colored in a heat gradient, highlighting the variation in proteins’ thermal stability within and between different cell cycle stages. IMAGE: Aleksandra Krolik / EMBL

Protein stability and solubility during cell cycle

EMBL scientists uncover large solubility and thermal stability changes of proteins during the cell…

By Iris Kruijen

Science

How drugs affect the life and death of proteins. IMAGE: Cell

How drugs affect the life and death of proteins

Scientists at EMBL and Cellzome develop technology to monitor the effects of drug treatments on protein degradation and…

By Iris Kruijen

Science

Architecture dependent turnover of the nuclear pore subunits. Top row shows the nuclear pore subunits seen from top, bottom row shows subunits of the nuclear pore cut in half.

Life and death of proteins

EMBL scientists create a turnover catalogue of almost 10.000 proteins from primary…

By Berta Carreño

Science

Turning up the heat on drug side effects

Side-effects of leukaemia drug explained, reveal possibility of repurposing to treat other…

By Adam Gristwood

Science

Mikhail Savitski. PHOTO: Marietta Schupp/EMBL Photolab

Welcome to EMBL: Mikhail Savitski

New head of Proteomics Core Facility also runs stability proteomics…

By Margaux Phares

Science

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